An Ancient Prophecy foretold.
An Evil haunts the land.
A battle looms against overwhelming odds.
Led by a powerful witch, a wild invading army threatens to tear the Soulless lands apart. To survive, the three tribes must join together, but old grievances and hatred divide them. Only Wilky can unite them, but when he glimpses the future, he sees only a glimmer of hope; too much of the future remains veiled in darkness.
As the battle approaches, King Dermot orders his brother, Eamon, to stay behind at the Stronghold and defend against a possible siege. Eamon, who took an oath to fight the invaders, defies his brother, risks everything, and plunges into a desperate race with Aaliss and Wilky to unite the tribes.
Enemies from all sides conspire against them. Only together can they hope to succeed against the witch who will stop at nothing to destroy them. Yet even united, they will need magic to defeat this enemy at their door.
As the battle looms, only one chance at survival remains--the Ghost King--but who is he, and what will be the price of their redemption?
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the second book in the "Red Death" series of epic fantasy adventures, brought to by the multiple award-winning co-author of the "Chosen" series of YA fantasy thrillers. [DRM-Free]
Books by Jeff Altabef:
- Devil's Den (A Nephilim Thriller - Book 1)
- Devil's Dance (A Nephilim Thriller - Book 2)
- Red Death (Red Death: Book 1)
- The Ghost King (Red Death: Book 2)
- Wind Catcher (Chosen: Book 1)
- Brink of Dawn (Chosen: Book 2)
- Scorched Souls (Chosen: Book 3)
- Fracture Point (A Point Thriller: Book 1)
- Shatter Point (A Point Thriller: Book 2)
More Great Dystopian Fiction from Evolved Publishing:
- "The Seekers" Series by David Litwack (The Children of Darkness; The Stuff of Stars; The Light of Reason)
- "The Jakkattu Vector" by P.K. Tyler
- "Uploaded" (Uploaded: Book 1) by James W. Hughes
About the Author
Jeff Altabef lives in New York with his wife, two daughters, and Charlie the dog. He spends time volunteering at the Writing Center in the local community college. After years of being accused of “telling stories,” he thought he would make it official. He writes in both the thriller and young adult genres. As an avid Knicks fan, he is prone to long periods of melancholy during hoops season.
Jeff has a column on The Examiner focused on writing and a blog on The Patch designed to encourage writing for those that like telling stories.